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star Diary Saturday, July 1 5, 1989 B2 Star-Tribune. Casper, Wyo. CHURCH NEWS BIRTHS Kathryn E. Bennett Jann D. Ubcr CASPER Former Casper resident Jann D. Uber, 57, of Cheyenne, died July 3, 1989, at DePaul Hospital in Cheyenne. Mrs. Uber was born Dec. 11, 1931, in Si. Louis, and was a 1949 graduate of Natrona County High School in Casper. She had lived in Cheyenne since 1981 and was an artist and co-owner of The Art Shop. Survivors include three children, Charles Clayton Higgins of Santa Barbara, Carrie Giorgis of Sheridan, and Tammy Higgins of Buffalo; a sister, Barbara Buyer of i I a i two grandchildren; a niece; a cousin; and a friend, Tone' Mendoza of Cheyenne. Memorials to Meals on Wheels would be appreciated and condolences may be sent to the family in care of tone' Mendoza, 1103 Hereford Ranch Road, Cheyenne, 821X17. The Schradcr Funeral Home of Cheyenne was in charge of arrangements and cremation was at Schradcr Sunset Park Cemetery. Harpist in concert July 21 in Casper CASPER Harpist Greg Buchanan will present a Christian concert at Highland Park Community Church, 411 Walsh July 21 at 7:30 p.m. According to a press release, Buchanan's unique musical ability is enhanced by a testimony of his personal salvation from a life of drug and alochol addiction to a ministry of music. He has peform-ed with the Denver Billy Graham Crusade, Christian Artists Music Seminar, Insight for Living, Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards, National Religious Broadcasters Gaither's Praise Gathering and the Christian Booksellers Association convention. Me has made several recordings. i For more information, call Dean Schieldat 265-4073. CASPER The rosary for Kathryn E. Bennett, 68, will be recited Monday at 7 p.m. with funeral services to be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Bustard Funeral Home. Mrs. Bennett died July 14, 1489, at Wyoming Medical enter after a long illness. She was born Nov. 29. 1920, to Michael and Elizabeth Muss in Sterling, where wr a bi win reared a educated. In 1953 she married George E. Bennett in Deadwood, S.D. Following their marriage, they lived in Sidney, until moving to Carl Eugene Eckman Soo Foo Coo Revue set at Bethel, 1st Baptist CASPER The Soo Foo Coo Theatrical Revue, "Ready to Take-Off," will be presented at the First Baptist and Bethel Baptist churches Sunday. The revue will be given during the 10 a.m. service at First Baptist, Fifth and Beech, and at 7 p.m. at Bethel Baptist, 3030 S. Poplar. The troupe is composed of students from Sioux Falls College. The production is an original show written and directed by Dr. Don Rainbow, professor of speech and theatre at the college. Bethel Baptist will host a carry-in dinner at 5:30 p.m. prior to the troupe's performance. The public is invited to all events. 4 ministers to conduct Glcnrock service GLENROCK lour ministers will conduct worship services Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Glenrock's Kimball Park with Rev. Jug Bran-jord of Christ Episcopal Church delivering the invocation. Rev. Michael Hellman of St. Louis Catholic Church will present scripture readings and Rev. Alan Bean of Community Baptist Church will deliver the sermon. Rev. Cleatics Jeffcoat of Assembly of God Church will be in charge of the offering and benediction. Proceeds from the day's offering will go to Glenrock Community Services. Lisa Rickard will be music director. The public is invited. BRIDGE NOTES CASPER Last week's Wednesday bridge winners were: Hilda Sleizer and Louise Spencer, first; Debbie Anderson and Kris Hornberger, second; Delores Royce and Elaine Lange, third; Sue Hayes and Sue Farmer, fourth. Thursday winners; Judy Springer and Ruth Sealey, first; Sue Farmer and Sue Hayes, second; Dee Carlson and Mary Brunson, third; Gwen Ciravitt and Betty Lanev, fourth; Bev Estes and Marv Kennel-ly, fifth. Friday winners: Kay Root and Kris Hornberger, first; Lucille Reese and Vonda hite, second; Pat Sehulte and Kathleen Davis, third; Sue Farmer and Sue Hayes, fourth. Sunday: Firsl place tie between Zora Burgess and Jim Bauer with Ruth Rader and Jim Anderson; Una Mahaffey and Ruth Jerman, third; Louise Spencer and Virginia Anderson, fourth. Monday: Chris Michelson and Bill Jones, first; second and third place tie between Rick and Freddie Larsen with Bill Barker and Jim Bauer; Robbie Humble and Zora Burucss, fourth. Regular games are played Monday at 7 p.m.; Wednesday at 1 p.m.; and Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the Downtowner Inn; and Friday at 1 p.m. at the Casper Country Club. Unit games are on the first and third Sundays each month at I p.m. All bridge players are requested to make an effort to play in the unit games. Contact Una Mahaffey al 234-7502 for partnerships in unit or special games. The second and fourth Sundays al 1 p.m. a regular game is played. for more information, contact one of the following directors: Zora Buruess, 235-3467; Hetty Claxton, Maxine Ucver, 265-4427; Mary Kay Moore, 235-3542; or Pal Sehulte, 235-8747. Goingon Grace Lutheran will observe anniversaries CASPER Grace Lutheran Church, 315 iCY will celebrate Casper centennial and the church's 67th anniversary Sunday. A chuckwagon breakfast kicks off the event at 8 a.m. in the backyard of the church, hosted by the Men's Club. Favorite oldtime hymns and songs will be featured in a special service at 9:30 a.m. The public is invited and centennial style clothing or western attire is encouraged. Call 235-6329 for more information. Free Church sets VBS next week CASPER The Evangelical Free Church of Casper, 4100 Casper Mountain Road, will conduct a free Vacation Bible School July 17-21. Children ages 3 through sixth grade are welcome to attend from a.m. daily. Crafts, snacks, recreation time and Bible stories will be featured. For more information, call Ann Price, 237-5407. Semi-annual clothes closet set Aug. 12 CASPER The semi-annual clothes closet will be held at Winter Memorial Presbyterian Church Saturday, Aug. 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clothing of all sizes will be available free of charge. Those attending are asked to use the alley entrance of the church at the corner of and St. John streets. Clothing donations will be accepted through Aug. 11. For more information, call Margaret, 235-5009; Emma, 234-0278, or the church, 234-6736. 3 vacation? CASPER The following babies were born at the Wyoming Medical Center: July 3, 1989 Boy to Rhonda and Jerald Warren, Evansville. Child's name: Justin Randolph. Girl to Kathcrine and Paul Garver Mills. Child's name: Ann Jeanette. July 4, 1989 Boy to Kellie and J. D. Atkinson, Casper. Child's name: Clinton Day. Boy to Lori and Steve Cielinski, I Child's name: Christopher Robert. Girl to Connie and Dan Adams, Casper. Child's name: Quincey Danielle. July 5, 1989 Boy to Christine and Todd Plunkett, Casper. Child's name: Todd I. Boy to Janet and Michael Lesher, Evansville. Child's name: Tyler Michael. July 6, 1989 Boy to Nell Pederson and David Herman, Casper. Child's name: Milton Dean. July 7, 1989 Boy to Greta and Frank Lehnerz Casper. Child's name: Frank Joseph III. Girl to Peggy and Ken Jereb, Casper. Child's name: Breanna Nicole. July 8, 1989 Boy to Jacquelyn and Larry Tanzie, Casper. Child's name: Kyle Scott. Boy to Neieole Molden, Casper. Child's name: DeAndre Lamar. July 9. 1989 Boy to Mary and Bill Owens, Midwest. Child's name: Jim. Boy to April and Eric Keyes, Casper. Child's name: Tyler Eric. Boy to Mary and Robert Carrick, Casper. Child's name: Darius Robert. July 10, 1989 Boy to Susan and Anthony Martin, Casper. Child's name: Alexander Christian. Marriages CASPER The following couples were issued marriage licenses the week ending July 14, 1989, from the office of John J. "Jack" Tobin, Natrona County clerk: Don Ross Cook and Patricia Louise Phillips Eric Blaine Ross and Sheila Dawn Hannah James Edward Hopkins and Sherry Kay Reno Rick Jay Brus and Kathleen Rae Wells Richard Albert Temple and Evelyn Claire Bradley Michael Jay Plummer and Carol Ann Thomas Charles Ray Dean Ives and Darla Rae Siver Kelly Quint Kerr and Pamela Jene Rossow Douulas Ray Handlev and Cynthia Lou Hull Floyd Neil McFarland and Clotilde Roberta McFarland Dean Warner l.ewin and Denise Mary Penk DIVORCES CASPER -The following couples were granted divorces the week ending July 11, 1989, from office of Sue Pate, clerk of District Court: Barbara Ann Ebling and Carl David Ebling II Schlee Ann Ukele and Gary Eugene Ukele Ronald J. Morella and Lisa Ann Morella Filberto John Herrera and Tina Louise Hcrrera Sheldon R. Taylor and Sherry R. Taylor Shirley Ann Goodman and Elmer Leroy Goodman Ice skating classes to begin Monday CASPER Summer Lcarn-to-Skate classes at the Casper Ice Arena begin Monday, July 17. Class levels, times and fees are as follows: ParentTot, Tot, PreAlpha, Mon.AVed,, p.m., $25; Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Mon.Wed., p.m., $25; and FigureFreestyle, p.m., $35. Skate rental is included with all classes. Enrollment is limited, and early registration will be held Friday from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. All participants will receive a pink practice punch card good for five free admissions with the purchase of five admissions. Use of the card is restricted to general public skating sessions for skaters enrolled in all classes except the Figure Freestyle class. Casper in 1955 where she worked for J.B. Catering and later at Industrial Screen and Maintenance. She was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Survivors include two children, Edward Stibley and Renie Jackson, both of Casper; three brothers, John Huss of Denver, Mike lluss of Solodota, Alaska, and Joe I luss of Sidney, two sisters, Barb Weiman of Denver and Mary Miles of Fleming, and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1971, and a daughter, Margaret Ann Stibley in 1961. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Flowers or memorials to the Brothers of the Holy Cross in care of Bustard Funeral Home would be equally appreciated by the family. eluding the Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross with Oak Leaf Clusters and several Air Medals. He was a member of the National Association of Home Builders in Wyoming and the American Legion in Orlando, Fla. Survivors include his widow, Carolyn J. Eckman of Deltona; three sons, Eugene Eckman of Golden, Carl L. Eckman of Lake Mary, and Vance P. Eckman of Orlando, one brother, Charles D. Eckman of Evansville; and five grandchildren. Cremation was held in Deltona. Tatty' Kiiidicr EVANSTON Services for Patricia "Patty" Kindler, 55, who died July 13, 1989, in Evanston, will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the Crandall Funeral Home in Evanston. Miss Kindler was born Oct. 10, 1933, in Ulysses, to Alvin Curtis and Dorothy Ruth (Fair) Kindler. She was a member of the Methodist Church, was a doll collector and enjoyed children and sporting events. Survivors include four brothers and six sisters: Norbert Kindler, Chesapeake, Keith and Jae Dee Kindler, both of Evanston; Tom Kindler, Laramie; Janice Adkins and Ronda Lamb, both of Evanston; Rae Oma Tingey, Woodruff, Utah; Twyla Beutel, Green River; Vietta Borino, Sandy, Utah; and 11a Taylor, Ogden, Utah; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Crandall Funeral Home on Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to service time. Burial will be in the Evanston Cemetery. Leola Micek CASPER Services for Leola Bell Micek, 83, who died July 12, 1989, at her home in Casper after a long illness, will be conducted Saturday at noon at Memorial Chapel by Msgr. James O'Neill of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. The rosary was recited at 7 p.m. Friday with Msgr. O'Neill officiating. Mrs. Micek was born Dec. 18, 1905, in Florien, to Walter Dawson and Lulu (Lilley) Jordan. She attended school and received her registered nurse's degree in Louisiana. Mrs. Micek was employed at Natrona County Memorial Hospital, now Wyoming Medical Center, for over 30 years as a registered nurse. On June 30, 1937, she married Edward Micek in Casper. She was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Marsha Micek Harvard of Cold well, Ohio, and Pat Habershaw of Bristol, R.I.; one sister, Bess Callen of Florien; a granddaughter, Pat Harvard, and one grandson, Donald E. Harvard, both of Coldwell. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. FIRE CALLS CASPER The following calls were reported by the Casper Fire Department: July 12, 1989 6:03 a.m. On site 1 EMS, 2030 S. Chestnut. 9:15 a.m. On site 17 EMS, 713 S. Mckinley. 9:32 a.m. On site 26 EMS, 625 S. Jetterson. 10:18 a.m. On site 18 grass fire, 8 Sagebrush. 11:35 a.m. On site 18 EMS, 804 S. David. 3:58 p.m. On site 35 EMS accident, 4:53 p.m. On site 17 F.MS accident, Durbin. 5:35 p.m. On site 52 EMS, 3551 E.2M. 7:54 p.m. On site 47 EMS accident, 25ih Coffman. CLUB NOTES Saturday PLATTE VALLEY A A VOLLEYBALL CLUB: Holds awards' picnic at 1 1 a.m. at Mike Sedar Park. For details call 266-6195. AL-ANON: Serenity Group meets at 1 1 a.m. at the Arid Club, 904 N. Durbin St. (Info: 266-9770) Adult children of alcoholics meet at 7 p.m. at 152 N. Kimball. APPLE USERS GROUP: Holds picnic at I p.m. at Bear Trap Meadown on Casper Mm. Call 266-5886 for details. AREA DOC. CLUBS: Hold demonstration of various dog activities from 1-5 p.m. at Washington Park. (Info: 234-8689). MAVERICK SQUARE DANCE CLUB: Will not meet tonight. AA: Meets at 8 p.m. in west auditorium of Wyoming Medical Center. Open meetinsat 8 p.m. at 1831 E. Second (Info: 472-0020 or 265-0645.) ACOA: Adult Children of Alcoholics meet at 8 p.m. at 904 N. Durbin. Blood Donors CASPER United Blood Services, 1200 E. Third is always in need of blood donors. Blood is drawn Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., or call 237-2328 and make an appointment. Donors of June 26: Jacqui Baker, Elizabeth Kampa, Mary Kampa, Cindy VanMaren, Francine Weliever, Stacey Ballard, Todd Hathaway, Alan Martineau, Robert Monteith, Shannon Gerdel, Michael Collins, Tim Rostad, Leroy Tagart, Brian Lacey, Carol Harris, Dawn Pursley, Letha Bush, Jerry Shell, Richard Lyne, Donna Corkill, Richard Gardner, David Dear, Sharon Cochrun, Beverly Loftin, Ina Corkill, Alex Cuthill, Steve Royland, Stan Mitchem, and Ronald Dutton. Donors of June 27: Clifford Coats, Jaon Henley, Jody Clough, Lori Porter, Tamra Bosco, William Reed, Bruce Boulette, Patrick Keating, Kathryn Cundall, Mary Jane White, Jerald Rager, Judy Sullivan, Colleen Salmon, Maureen Schallot, Darrell Jackson, Sharry Woodworth, Sharyn Neff, Michael Fowler, Joe Deschamp, Eugene Cole, Jan Whitney, Linda Pheasant, Eileen Byron, Hank Reifke, Lee Lewis, and Diane Butler. Donors of June 28: Allyn Jacobs, Lynn Harshman, Janice Rayburn, Gary Brichachek, Michael Layton, Karla Stanley, Chris Arthur, John Dennis, Irene Ross, Randy Pryde, Mildred Fox, Bob Iserman, Ellen Vayo, Glen Doty, Ron Spooner, Anna Belle Criss, Kevin O'Hcarn, Fred Klein, Robert Penney, Ronald Morris, Sue Sheppard-Ford, Cissy Gallion, Janet MacLennan, Craig Mosey, Leann Larson, Brenda Molitor, Frances Rhoades, Bret Baugh, Dorothy Sharp, Sharon Crumrine, Chuck Engstrom, Jim Hirz, John Severson, Rondi Vollmar, and Albert Lewis. Donors of June 29: Joan Lafave, Mary Romel, Henni Schulenburg, Sharon Heiney, Gerald Ross, John Hoard, Troy Finney, Charlene Harris, June Dehler, Richard Dehler, Joan Dietz, Lori Lucken-bill, Robert O'Brien, Chris O'Brien, Julie Finney, Joan Schmidt, Rick Hayes, Marvin Clark, Jennifer Grooms, Robert Flede, William Cheney, and Larry Vasquez. Donors of June 30: Laura Allshouse, Ralph Miller, Scott Honken, Frank Montgomery, Gordon Moens, Peg Bramson, Doug Walker, Caroline Mahaffey, Janis Kuhn, William Mavs, Rav Riffle, Rick Hurt, Larry' Wood, Barbara Bates, Wanda Sundquist, Mark Sanfrod, Donna Bogema, Margaret Tageant, Ann Cochran, Larry Jones, Rita Baldwin, Dorothy Lore, Marilyn Ford, Patricia Banks, Max Whempner, Dixie Monea, Sara Cowles, Connie Ashba, and Roy Dole. CASPER Memorial services for former Evansville resident Carl Eugene Eckman, 67, will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church Ross Memorial Chapel, 9th and Wolcott, with Rev. Douglas Scott officiating. Mr. Eckman died June 13, 1989, at his home in Deltona, Fla. He was born in Alton, on Sept. 1, 1921, and had lived in Evansville from 1968 to 1985 when he moved to Deltona. Mr. Eckman worked in the construction industry in Casper as a builder and excavation contractor for 17 years. He was a U.S. Air force World War 11 veteran and was awarded manv decorations in- FUNERALS Bustards at spruce Funeral Durclcn PHONE 234 7123 PI.GGYJ.NORRIS Services for Peggy J. Norris were held at II a.m. Friday at the Bustard Funeral Home with Rev. Darrell Cook of Highland Park Community Church officiating. Burial was in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Pallbearers were Carlos Bassett, Bob Henshaw, Herman Howard, Kent McDaniel, Dave Hoffman, Jim Fox and John An-tonovich. RKBISV. I.FAV ALLEN Services for Rebis V. "Doc" Eewallen will be Monday at 10 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Poplar Street. Burial will be in Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery. Memorials to the Missionary Fund EDS Church or the American Cancer Society would be equally appreciated by the family. KATHRYN K. BENNETT The rosary for Kathryn E. Bennett will be recited Monday at 7 p.m. at Bustard Funeral Home, with funeral services to be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Bustard Funeral Home. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Flowers or memorials to the Brothers of the Holy Cross in care of Bustard Funeral Home would be equally appreciated by the family. EVELYN B. BIRKELO Memorial services for Evelyn B. Davis-Witt-Birkelo will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church with Rev. Marvin Skogen, chaplain at Shepherd of the Valley Care Center, and Rev. Steve Dornfeld of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, officiating. Cremation has been held and private family interment of the cremains will be held at Memorial Gardens at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 51 Primrose, Casper, 82604. Judy's All Season Floral 3801 S.E. Wyoming Blvd. new IncAtinn rujfh rJ I uter Drtt al AHndale Blwl NATE'S FLOWERS 2rV300 10 E. 2nd 2661783 Hilltop Don't forget to order a vacation pah! While you arc away on vacation, your earner will save your newspapers, for only 17tf a day, that's half price! 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